Hank Winchester Biography | Wiki
Hank Winchester is an American broadcast journalist currently as a consumer investigative reporter for WDIV Channel 4 News based in Michigan. Previously, he worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor for CBS in Miami and Lansing. Hank also served as a correspondent for NBC News based in Marquette, Michigan. He is also the one in charge of WDIV’s Help me Hank helpline.
Hank Winchester Age
How old is Hank? Winchester was born on January 24 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. His zodiac birth sign is Aquarius. However, information regarding his exact date of birth is currently under review. Nevertheless, more details about his age will be updated once it is confirmed available. ALSO READ: Mara MacDonald
Hank Winchester Nationality| Ethnicity
Winchester is an American national by birth. He was born and raised in an all-white-native American household in Detroit, Michigan, United States. He is of white ethnicity/heritage.
Hank Winchester Height
Hank stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches. He also weighs around 65 kilograms. Winchester’s hair color is light brown while his eyes are hazel grey. However, details about his other body measurements are still under review.
Hank Winchester Family | Parents
Winchester was born and raised by both parents in a simple suburban neighborhood situated in Detroit, Michigan. However, more information regarding his mother and father is currently under review. It is also not known whether he grew up as an only child or he has any sisters or brothers. Nevertheless, more details about his parents will be updated once it is confirmed available.
Hank Winchester Husband | Spouse | Partner| Jeff Grim
Is Hank Married? Winchester is openly gay, He is also married to his long-time partner and husband, Jeff Grim. The two openly gay lovers tied the knot in a low-profile and private wedding ceremony that was only attended by family and friends in Michigan. The two now live with their adopted daughter in a simple neighborhood situated in Detroit, Michigan.
Hank Winchester Daughter | Baby
In 2018, Hank and his husband were excited to welcome a new member to their family. The two were happy to adopt a baby girl named Emma Rose and raise her as their own daughter.
Hank Winchester Kelly Stafford
Kelly Stafford is an American celebrity who rose to fame as the lovely wedded wife of American Detroit Lions NFL star, Matthew Stanford. In an interview, Hank revealed that he, Kelly and her husband are such good friends and they even visit each other and hang out together with their families during the holidays.
Hank Winchester Channel 4 WDIV News Detroit
Hank currently serves as a Consumer investigative reporter for WDIV news Channel 4 based in Michigan. WDIV-TV is an NBC-affiliated TV station that is mainly licensed to serve the people of Detroit. It also serves as a flagship broadcast property of the Graham Media Group. Hank first joined the station in the early 2000s as an activist and intern reporter.
Before WDIV, he served as a reporter for CBS News in Miami and Lansing. He also worked as an NBC correspondent based in Marquette. Throughout his career as a journalist, Hank has received three Emmy awards and several Associated Press awards for his incredible work as an investigative reporter.
Hank Winchester Net Worth
Winchester is an American journalist and Consumer investigative reporter who has an estimated net worth of around $1 million dollars. This amount has been approximated according to the number of properties under his name.
Hank Winchester Help Me Hank | Email
Help Me Hank is a well-known helpline service that was co-founded and formed by Hank and his team of partners. He formed this particular helpline to assist the disabled and anyone who is vulnerable and in need of help. You can reach them through their number (313) 222-0566.
Hank Winchester Unemployment
Unemployment is the state in which one is qualified to work at a particular work station that is unavailable or not hiring at all. Hank has been investigating and giving clear reports about hired employees and how they are taking money from various Unemployment Insurance Agencies across the United States since 2020.